The New You Drug & Alcohol Rehab Association is a nationwide 501 (c) (6) organization representing addiction rehabilitation providers who advocate on behalf of individuals with addictive disorders and the agencies who can help them get sober. NYREHAB is governed by its Board of Directors, which meets quarterly.

Our community providers offer a full spectrum of substance abuse services to people throughout the United States, including individuals who’s addiction is the result of PTSD, depressions, ADHD, or other mental illnesses. Collectively, NYREHAB’s member agencies are instrumental in assisting individuals toward full recovery and integration back into the community. NYREHAB’s providers also have a rich history in promoting employment opportunities for individuals who are recovering from addiction.

NYREHAB is distinguished as a strong and diverse association that represents members across the rehabilitation spectrum as well as the interests of individual sectors. We are also a valuable resource for families who inquire about referrals to our vast network of drug and alcohol rehab centers. NYREHAB prides itself on our collective diversity through which our member agencies foster person-centered planning, self-determination, consumer choice, empowerment, mainstreaming, and integration. These are the principles through which our member clinics operate, to provide options and opportunities for people struggling with addiction to recover and successfully rejoin the community.

NYREHAB members have an added complement of research, technical support and training activities offered through our allied corporation, the Rehabilitation Research and Training Institute (RRTI). RRTI is dedicated to promoting knowledge exchange activities as a convener, catalyst and clearinghouse for the field, and is a vital resource in supporting and understanding the changes in the field.


To advocate for and support communities and systems that effectively foster opportunities for independence, inclusion, employment, and life-enrichment for people with addiction disorders.

We cultivate a culture based on credibility, with all actions governed by placing the highest of values on our organization’s commitment to accuracy, sound reasoning, and rationally based positions.

We are responsible and accountable to each other and to all with whom we interact.

We strive for consensus and collaboration among ourselves and our colleagues in dealing with the challenges we face.

We consider others’ situations and needs at all times and are mindful of and embrace diversity.

We strive to achieve the highest levels of excellence in all interactions.

We welcome challenges that provide opportunities to find new paths to positive change.